Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: February 5, 1943
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00580
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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I 30,000-Hamper Spoilage Looms,






Canning Salvage Program Begins






I Asks Notice of Idle PeriodsSo CLASSES ORGANIZE TO USE



Crews Can Be Switched i eOUNTY.EQUlPMENTINF.FlCLUBHOUSEATHOMESTEAD


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II.SE&A1MIS Bahamas Official Says ImportationOf

Farm Help Worked Out With U. S. -


UNBROKEN. I" ;Awaiting only the "10'" signal at the capital, Luther L.'Chandler Growers Tackle Miami Local estimates that as many aa

USE: from Washington, temporary; disclosed last night Quintet Here Tonight 30,000 hampers of bean may ipoil

;I I program for tile immediate Im- Chandler learned this Wednesday in the field for lack of picker
portation of desperately 'needed Homestead Grower will play, has resulted In plans for salvaging
night m.a conference with
Bahaman farm labor has been
OF the Mian'
LABOR quintet from SL Theresa
HEREIn -
worked out ,within the past few, Secretary Hughes In Miami The tonight In the school gym. some of the waste crops by
days by .BriUih Colonial Secretary -: tentative contract for Importationof The game titled for Tuesday immediate organization of half' a
of Labor J. H, Hughes In I the Bahaman is practically the night with st. Patrick eager wa doun canning classes, Ceo. N.

a move to obtain 100 per conference with federal officials same a* the FSA contract for domestic called oft due to transportation Wakefield laid yesterday. A
cent of I dificulties, Coach Rudy Gossman minimum ot 10 will be
efficiency all available labor, Chandler said. persona
labor by swapping force, ,U. S $3.45 FLOOR SET After the growers' man meetIng aid.POSEASFMMAN. enrolled to the class.

Employment: Service Representative , Thursday night of last week, Equipment I Ie available lit the

W R. Bird asking all grow-'FOR POTATOES INSQUTflJIORIDA, some telegram 100 grower to Secretary,sent Individual Claude home demonstration center In, the

en to notify Jill office of temporarily .j' Wkkard urging immediate action Future Farmer clubhouse, and arrangements

Idle crew that might berifched and again calling: hia attention to have been made forpbtaintng

to other field, a* tne-arittoal farn*,lafeor,jh.prtafehere''Simitar PROVOKES FIGHT,, beans Amply,.for the,

their OJ A floor -price of $3.45 a hundredweight by Mayor Tom action Harris by was authorization taken ENDS IN ARREST picking Tomatoes ran be purchased
In order to expedite the, has been set for of the city council by would-be canner for

here Miss Marjorie Warne South Florida potato, accordingto The, Florida Farm Bureau has --:- I cent a crate picked, he said,
been transferred from the Miami announcement made yesterday Continued on Page Four) Attempted impersonation of an 150 I no doubht other vegetable
USES office to assist Mr. Bird, by Congressman Pat Cannon. F. B. r agent spelled trouble for will be obtainable at nominal
and'L C Vann and R. C. Kelly The price Is for potato sacked: Auto Mechanics Class tart Sadler; It, of Homestead who price*. If necessary, the Futurefarmer
have been made farm placement and loaded F.OB at carrier bases,, ,. on Tuesday night was bound over truck will be used to haul
worker*.at the Homestead. Wr.-Cannon Mid, and the Now, Open to Women
negro government I to the criminal court of records the produce to the canning center,
camp and the Gould camp, respectively. . will buy in carload Iota potatoes b ly Justice of the Peace Sid L. be sud. -
that growers cannot sell Instruction in auto mechanics ,Kendrick on that and two additional Home-canned food will not
According to new releases elsewhere at tail minimum price. will bo offered both men and counts have to be declared under the new
,,this week the Farm Security Administration The program, based on prices women over It In classes beginning Sadler was charged with "un- can rationing program, Mr. Wake-
ha adopted' a new figured/ to represent 92 per cent of Monday evening Feb. 8, In awfully representing himself a* field said, and predicted shorten
policy of moving small unite ofworkers parity, provides for a floor priceof .vocational agriculture shop of an F. B. L agent, to Cpl. Alton make it very desirable for the
into Florida instead of ,SUS for North Florida, and Homestead High School, Geq N. Rudd of the Homestead army airbase public to take' advantage of this
'(waiting to recruit large contingent J2.3J for West Florida. Whkefield announced yesterday.The attempting to enter Rudd's ipportunlty. Plan are being
*. Late last week mort than A potato ceiling of $3.73 a hundredweight three-hour classes will be home In Camp Redland, and assaulting made to enlist the co-operation ot
ISO worker were moved from for South Florida potatoes taught five nights a week for bruising, wounding and church and club group, he said
Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee was announced last week eight week by Art Cude, experienced It-treating Rudd." He was also Fourteen women attended the
Into South Florida, it was reported -, by the Office of Price Administration. auto mechanic Mr. Wake- held for assault on Jesse Cusack, first class Wednesday taught by
by USES Field Worker Allison Mr. Cannon has asked OPAto field said. The scarcity of skilled (Continued on Page Four) Miss Bertha Mil Hauaman.
T. French. Thirty of these wentto waive the customary 72-hour mechanic prompted the course ofmtruction -,- -
Everglades farm and the majority ,-'delay in making the ceiling effective he aald. v
+" of the other were placed In order that South. Flori-
In Dade and Broward counties da farmers may begin to benefitat Little Bird
'he said.Area. once. CRATE SHORTAGE .i A


Donates $700 f o Dade War Chest ADDED TO LOCAL Told UsTHAT

In First Week,'of (ampaign; for Funds FARMERS WOES


what the ,rationing board chairman actually Mid was no
Redland District donation to
I A new and critical crate shortage -
BASE PAY SCALE the War Chest drive now total approximately is now added to the Florida heck with you. ," and the incident I II about to, become closed
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$700, Mr, Adrian armer'i worries. Due to OPA s e
IS ESTABLISHED Jacobs, chairman of the local committee gelling on factory selling pricethe' -, THAT many arc beginning to wonder bow local a local
mills are unable to make a
; laid last bight draft board Is.
profit on vegetable containers and
COMMITTEES
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BY Tie drive ha been a little' slow are twitching to the more Profitable THAT the tailor who turned off a raucous radio in a local restaurant
In getting started, Mr Jacob manufacture of boxes for the other day earned the almost audible thanks of his (cllowutferere \
said, but the area I II responding lend-lease and
'A base wage scale of $3 a day splendidly and donation army use. ,
I average Growers unable to obtain containers -
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with bonuses, for piece I work,was :are substantially IJtcrea e4.. County for their produce should e e e e

established Friday night'by figure show general 50 percent file their, orders with the manufacturers THAT the reason for the original arrangement of the

and labor committee wage! increase over the same stags who, in turn, can take picture on the wall ot the Red Cross mending! room 1* that
at this time last she said.According '
year, Item and release of
In* potato and tomato grower of up obtain
each hide hole.
picture a
to Mrs. Dal James,
the area. Bean grower established I the needed crate from Chief Carl .
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a SOd a hamper minimum Berg of the WPB wire and metal)
for the first pickings and agreed dl division and Chief Tomeaco of THAT few people realize that the -three closed door at the

,te' Insist on full 10-pound hampera. .: I rii E .WEATHER the WPB container division, L. L. post office are) self-closing and e., be pushed open; hence bottle
r Ofndal' weather Chandler, chairman of the USDA '
01 tilt
report Dodd neck of traffic through,the one .wn door-and a lack of d'eodorliUig -
The committees, appointed lotto Subtropical Experiment StetiOll. war board for County, said
growers' mass meeting lastweek Homestead! F rids reaterday. In event crate. are not fresh air that' is much needeu when the general, delivery rush
are composed of: potato I Nei Yrs.I e.. ads released,, grower should ge| In I* .';. t
cr-en.'U.- L. Cox D. P. Blake, Jan, 21. --.. so .60 touch with Congressman A Pat .
b and ;,. F. Arthur; Jan to- 85.1 Ie 30.06// .os Cannon, Chandler advised.
C-t Ekbenberger: v'ct': Barnes,I 1 Jan 30. 'I ( .10 Although there to no shortage ,THAT come folks contend It to the quick service while

CXlle Craddock Russell Hone, J.X. .!, Jas. 11. 57Feh I 130'1'1 of fertilizer at the present time, other hold It la the pretty girls at the fountain that make
i Campbell and Walter Peterson; 1. ,1St 114 regulation are preventing the the Folk-Johnson emporium so 'popular with the air base
and tomato growers, Tom Harris, .Feb. L. a. 80 t 149 I3\U7'' building up ef any reserve stocks, .
,Pixon Pierce and Cecil Barber. ,1 Feb t:_ -t 80 t fl 136161 ,the war board chairman, said personnel.H r ,




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.";T..Tr:2: : LOCAL SCOUTS I Bishop Hurley Visits Sacred Heart FARM MACHINERY

and Confirms Class of NineThe
Our l ENTERTAIN IN Church SHORTAGE CITED

Men in Service Mod Rev. Joseph P. Hur- and; the; Rev. Francis Finnegan,

LEGION HALLA ley: D. D., bishop of St. Augustine, all The of Miami.class, first to,'be confirmed BY RATION GROUP

k * * on Wednesday evening paid his In three years. was catechized by -

tint visit to the Sacred Heart the pastor, the..$ev. Michael J. Hardly enough farm
Jud Piche Graduates S. McFartane. executive of Church and continued a claw ot Nixon Candidate' .were: Mrs., to equip! one.good farm machinery has Urf
From the Dade County Scout Council, Mabel Dillon Josephine Alogna, allocated
Radio Institute was' the principal nine.Members aU Dade County; for'the
speaker
on of the clergy assisting Helen Bassols, Claire Daigl. Kerry entire year of 1N3, Luther L:
Monday evening when Scout
Corp. Jud Plan, son of Mr. and Troop 25 entertained Boy and the bishop in confirmation ceremonies Osklerko, Frank Alogna, Philip' Chandler chairman of the farm
Mrs. T. D. Piche, was graduatedlast brothers In troop headquarters parents in I were the Rev. Martin Git- Springer, JoseR11' .Bassols and machinery rationing committee,
week >((ran the Capitol Radio Legion hall Mr. ,McFarlane ligan, his secretary, the Rev. Win Chas. Callaghan*"of*'' ', the' army-- air aid ,last night when he warned
engineering: Institute in Washington stressed the permanent value of Wood,'chaplain at the Homestead base. growers to patch up luch equip-:
D. C, and has been sent back scouting la peace and (In war. army air base and the Rev. Robert I A talk was mide by,.the bishop ment as they have In order toltaln -
to Westover Field In Chicopee South Dade District Field Commissioner P. Brennan, the Rev Patrick who was assisted by Father t maximum use. 4
Falls, Mass, where he la an inspector B. M. Hindman Roche, the Rev. Thomas Comber, :Comber, Father Roch and Father "' are asked not to ap-
principal I
of 'radio equipment on of Homestead High School the Rev. Peter Paul O'SulIivan, S I Nixon In giving solemn pontificalmass. ply to the board for a permit te
planes In transit In a recent let- and former scoutmaster of Troop J, the Rev/ Jos. Marine S J., |buy new machinery unless It Is
ter to his parents, Corp. Fiche 26 In Miami, related the story of i absolutely necessary, Mr. Chandller ,
speaks of the Intense cold weather one of his former scouts who saved Wind, Fire Insurance ditties, Mrs Ferrtyra said yester said I as such machinery must (k
there and of his longing for the obtained !I be placed by the'CClmmltitt where '
his own life and the lives of seven Authorized Council day. The foodstuffs in
Florida sun others by using heliograph S. O. by this manner will be used in the'It will give maximum service. >
His twin brother, (lAIr Cadet S. signals. camp day nursery.Registration : There has been an Increase In
Joe Fiche, has completed preliminary Senior Patrol Leader Calvin Taking out wind and fire Insurance li..being conductedat I the manufacture of parts for farm
training at Santa Ana Field, Schmidt received his swimming for a period of three ;yearson House 59 In the center. I machinery, he said, but no hew
Cat, and la beginning basic training merit badge, and Bobby Morganand the municipal light and water equipment has been turned out
at Sequoia Field Visalia, CaL Clinton Cooper received tenderfoot plant as submitted by Frank B. Ministers Complete 11 within the past year,and farmers
Cadet Piche says that they fly badges. A lint aid demonstration Rue, light and water committeeman I must rely almost entirely. upoa
all the forenoon, and concentrate was given by Jack was authorized by the council I Group Reorganization;used machinery on hand.
on studies and athletics during and Mayor Harris and City -
Douglas, Calvin Schmidt and I
the afternoon Clerk R. E. Edwards were Instructed I Formal adoption; of 'a constitution -, '
. Bobby Clinton. Fire building to execute the notes 'as for the Redland Ministers'"Official Aid Offered "i
with flint and steel was demonstrated
Fred Fuchs, Jr. sophomore at by. Calvin and two comedy outlined In the contract. Association marked the regular j In Making Tax Returns
the University of Florida until he skits, "Newspaper Story" and Investment In government rev- monthly meeting' of the group I "
enue bonds of the $10,000 surplus Wednesday night In' the First' '
was accepted as an aviation cadet "Bergen and McCarthy", were Aid in making out Income tax
in the U. S. Army Air Corps began presented by the four,boys of the Interest and sinking fund, Baptist: Church. The documentwas 'returns win be offered by a deputy .
his training at Miami Beachon The program was presented by as authorized in the Jan. 18 drafted by the Rev. Marvin collector 01. Internal revenue
Monday. the troop committee chairman, Dr. meeting, was reported by Mayor T Murphy, committee chairman from 9:30: a, m. until 5 p. ,IlL
. E. M. Andersen and arrangementswere Harris and Finaance. Committeeman I Dr. A L. Burgreen and the Rev Monday and Tuesday In the city
Seabee Charles Stcffanl, Jr. directed by Wally Budach T. E. Klrb,. C F Crauswell.Red hall. There is no charge for this
H. E. Schaff was given a permitto Cross Field Worker E. A.
writes from Norfolk that he and who has been acting scoutmaster service,
Ben Shuler are taking a complete the past few weeks. move a small building from the I KranJanuary spoke on his work, and I Single persons with Incomes J
P. B. Bird property In Downer W. E. D. Ward, director of the
marine cunmando course in five Cake, cookies and punch were $500 or more and married persons
weeks that normally takes a year. furnished by Mr. Budach Mrs. L.Fltzhuh. Palms No. 1 to the Schaff prop- local USO, enlisted ministerial cooperation with Incomes of $1,100 or more
So far they are the only Seabeesthere mother of two scouts erty outside the city limits, and ]I in that organization's must file returns or face the penalty i
from Florida. and Mrs Henry Brooker Jr., I P. M. Posey was granted a permit j I activities here. of a fine of not more than( ,
Mrs. Ceo. N. Wakefield, Mrs. W. I for $150 repairs to a building on I No action was taken on an appeal $10,000 or imprisonment of not t
Aviation Cadet J. C. Mullin is E. Rheney, Mrs. Geo. M. Frick I Lot 44 of the Jane D. Tower actI for the group: to help or to more than year, or both, and
stationed at the San Antonio Avl- and Mrs. Andersen, wives of the dition. I I enlist others to help grade beans in addition all to 25 per cent of 0//
atiort Cadet Center In San An- troop committeemen. I On a motion of Parks Committeeman In local packing houses that are the tax. 11
tonio, Tex. B. W.'Morrls, it was votedto I experiencing a shortage of work On Feb. 19 a representativefrom
s raise the wages of Wes Law- ers. the office of Tax Assessor
Ensign Vernon Turner has been Seminole Indian Will I rence, negro city employee, from J. N. Lummus, Jr, will be at the /
transferred from Miami to Key Speak Here SundayThe f 13.20 a week to $15 weekly. i i Reports Are city hall to assist persons In pre-J 9I
West. paring and filing personal and Intangible
i Submitted to CouncilAs
.
Home Economist to Aid tax returns and homestead ,
' Pvt. Howard Thompson has Rev. Willie King, Seminole exemption applications!
Kitchen Canners
been transferred from Camp Lee, Indian preacher, will speak at the Camp I, reported by Chief O. H Sullivan Such personal and Intangible returns
V,., to Orlando Army Air Base. 7:43 o'clock service in the Homestead : to the city council on Monday are compulsory under 1941 ),
Pvt. Thompson, son of Mr. and Church of the Nazarene I Cannen using the facilities of n.ght, total arrests for January legislation.
\\i
Mrs. Bruce Thompson of Florida Sunday evening In a program arranged the canning kitchen at the Red.I|i ; were 29. Twenty-six of those
City, is a baker by. the missionary. society land Farm Labor Supply Center I tried were found guilty and three CARD OF THANKS il
of the church' Mr King, a mem- will be Instructed and assisted I dismissed. Fines totaled 331.00
Morris Building New ber ot the Oklahoma branch 01 with their canning problem: by. I I with $326,00 collected in cash and We wish to thank all of our I
Office the Seminoles, Is serving as Baptist Helen Whiting Ferreyra, homemanagement $5 00 uncollected. friends and neighbors for their '
Real Astate missionary to' the Indians In supervisor.The 1 I: A Florida City negro house wasa help and expressions of sympathy ':
Okeechobee. ,I equipment may be used by total less, according to theImcnthly during the illness and at the II
Benjamin W. Morris, veteran He wilt be accompanied by Mrs Individuals, clubs and senior I I I fire report, and there death of our dear wife and sister,' '
real estate dealer, Is constructing King: and by their daughter who home demonstration classes upon !I(were six grass fires, a light pole Sara R. Simmons. Also for the "t
a new concrete block: office on will sing. I I I,payment of every fourth can as fIre, a woods fire and a truck beautiful floral tributes a
South Krcme avenue just south of The public Is invited to attend fee to offset depreciation of .1!I fire THE FAMILY.
the Elchenberger filling station. ----- ---------- -----___. ,,.
Mr. Morris will continue to ,
transact business at his office at -
220 N. Krome until completion of
the new building. A pioneer
settler In this section, he Is active
in civic affairs and is parks com- REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERSConsult
mitteeman of the city council.


Funeral Services Held

'For Chas. B. WoodrowFuneral '
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services: were held for
Chas Blair Woodrow, 72, at 10
o'clock yesterday morning in
Palm Cemetery, Naranja, under us about fertilizer
your requirements r'
the direction of the Turner Funreal -, .
Home. The R v. O. Sewetl
Palmer officiated. for the.coming year. :;
Mr Woodrow, who leaves no "
survivors, died Jan SI at the '

home Naranja.of Mrs.: H. L. Barnard In I :, F, :' Due to government regulation and shortages '.' ):'


I \ t of several) rnaerials will be
Harris Infant Buried [ we not able to "
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Wednesday in Naranja "
r make ALL of our regular.mixtures.' But will
Robert Neil Harris, twodayoldson we : ,
of Mr. and Mrs. GUI Harris ,

Jr Wednesday. was burled afternoon at S In o'clock Palm do' our best to bupply .as near as poss'.ole: ) what :\

Cemetery, Naranja. Funeral arrangemerri x
were in charge of the you will need :
Turner Funeral Home and the _
Be*. a Swell Palmer officiated.
The baby died Feb. t in a loco 11
hospital.r .

: Dr. Leopard w..naedthl !, Florida East Coast Fertilizer 'CO. :

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Friday, February 5,1943 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pacre.Thrw .


Mn Buster Tompkins and JAMES ARCHER 8MTTHMr .of the post also are being equipped

family of Homestead are vlsitlny HOSPITAL NEWS: 1

Mr. and Mrs. W. U Everage for AU persons, trained or untraIned -
In and Around several months. .; and Mr Drnneston Rivera In tint aid, are urged to
Redlanl. are the parent of attend the meeting vt the post onWednesday

Fritz Schroeder has recovered a six-pound 11-ounce daughter ; Feb. 10, from to
from his recent IllnessLt born Feb. 1 In James Archer 10 p. rn.
Homestead Smith Hosp'taU! Mr*. Riven I*

and Mr*. Dennis Broussarc the former Miss Gertrude Greer Red Cross Motor CorpsTo
Mn. Joe Burton of Homestead
of New Mexico the
are occupying
underwent an operation Jan 28 Be Organized Here
Brockett apartment on Eighth st
I Albert Hinman, Jr.. eon of Mn
Mr*. Clifford Could and daughters Maretta, spent the week-end with
l Wm. Ewing, was treated Tuesday Th organization of Homestead a
Mr. and Mn Dan Haberlandtof
Misses Marylin and Peggy relatives hers Mn. Aldrich and
for a sprained foot. unit of the Red Cross motor ?
Miami and their
will return Monday to Birmingham the children will spend two weeks son Bobby,
Robt Campbell Jr. fiveyearold corps li now underway under the
and Mr. and Mn. W. F. A. Robertson -
Mich. after a visit of several In Miami visiting Mr. and Mrs.
and of Mrs. Earl Godwin
son of Mr. Mn. RobtCampbell supervision
dinner
week here with MaJ. Gouldof Frank Stalling: w ere' Sunday
of Florida City, was released who U a recent transfer to the
the Homestead army air base guest of Mr,. and Mr*. Rudolph
Mattson. Wednesday after several Dade chapter. ,
The Goulds are occupying theGatlin' Mrs. Kate Hatcher and IOn and day of medical treatment Mn. Godwin wife of MaJ Godwin .1

it. residence on N. W. Fifth daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mn Miss Beverly Cline U employedat Geo. F. Weed of Islamorada of the Homestead army airbase

Willie Hatcher of Knoxville, Tlsdale's Grocery. was admitted Tuesday for treatment pent Wednesday In Miami
Tenn., arrived her last week. of a fractured ankle. working out organization details

Mr*. Guy Vlnson of.Miami: and Byron Russell of Miami was a Desmond Houston of Homestead and making the rounds with members -
her children have been. visiting Mn. Charles :Clinton has returned order'
of Mrs. Edith Tam Is a medical patient. of the Miami unit in
Sunday guest
Mr, Vinson's mother, Mrs. J. B. to Key West.. where she Is blyn. Mn. Ruby Tyre. medical patient .to observe methods of operating

Tower.Dr. employed. ; wa returned to her homeon mobile equipment.

Davis Acre of the Miami nave Tuesday.
E. M. Andersen the Sub Mrs: Edith mblyn and her al base was a Sunday guest of Mn. Goo. Cibbs of South Miami "' " ''dSb"
Homestead Girl
tropical Experiment Station attended mother, Mr*''Augusta Myer, Mrs Mn. and Mn J. H. Booker was admitted Jan. 27 for minor ,,,,,tI,, """"",,, """ """,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.
a meeting of"the truck Naoml'Dano Mr.1'and Mn. James surgery. i

horticulturist of Florida agricultural Green, Beverly, Oenevleve and Mn. Daniel Neill of Texas Is By Joyce Walker. Scribe

experiment stations Tuesdayin Beatrice. CUnP, ;Ifenl'7 Beechmanand visiting Mr and Mrs. Ernest Nelll Station'Will Practice On Feb. I the Homestead Girl
Belle Glade, Mrs. Andersenand Joseph ) Scout practiced a Danlah folk
FprwlIottggdod, *, Uld*Oamel-Green of Red- -'''
ther'infant'son'Jimmyac-( church conference In Miami Sun land was a;week-end guest First Aid Instruction dance the shoemaker to the music -
q companied him and visited withI day. Mn. Tamblyn and Mrs. on the vlrtrola.

I friend in Belle Glade. . II i Myer,remsined.for,the. week., i :'Mr. .Nina' Brandenburg' of A one-hour refreshes course In Connie Campbell and Barbara
I ... .. ...;. Jean Home for
-r ' ; South MI itil"and her two sons, tint aid will be taught by Dr. brought monty
Mrs.. Virginia Walton has been Fred Brocket Ii 111. at hi* home; Emory and Bobby 'were Sunday C. F, Robinson, supervisor of camp stamp

returned to.her home from ,Ken. ; guests of' Mr. and Mn. R. E. Division .One, at the bi-weekly Gypsle Howard turned In a report
dan hospital.where she .underwent Mn. H. Cactola and Mr. and) Scott: .. Wednesday night meetings of the on the week-end camp.
a major. operation. Mn. K. Subliv i*.. of Toledo were Homestead casualty station. Each The Assonla patrol held,a roundtable

Arthu-h; ;: Thursday guest of F; B. Lenlnger Frank Courts I* expected to return lesson will be put Into actual discussion on trail We had
Mn. 1* employed this week from Beverly, practice during the second half of a bandage relay.
In the office of Justice of the Mr. and Mr*.'Gene. Port of Atlanta Mass the) meeting In order to drill the We re-elected: a* scribe Ruth

Peace Sid. L. Kendrick. are occupying one of the penonnel In handling. emergencies Byrum and Joyce Walker. Fay

.. I DIxon apartment, Mn C. Krammerer and niece, and Ray Capllnyer passed the ten-
Miss Jayne Coppedge of Coral Kitty, of' Miami were Tuesday The southeast wing of the Chamber derfoot te.t.Connie .
Gables was a guest of Miss Sue Mn Ida Silverman of Miami guests of Mr.and Mn. Henry of Commerce building has Campbell was hostess

Moye' Sunday, 1 U visiting friends here.this week.,'Balm. now been laid off for separate I Tuesday Barbara Jean Home
room for emergency hospitalization will be hostess next week.

Miss Betty Craw was graduated Bill Freeman and Ira Zimmerman I Mn. Ella .; I* recoveringfrom and trots hal'e' been set up. Catherine Kelly was the only
with second honors from Miami have returned to Ronceverte, her recent Illness. The operating room" and kitchen i scout absent

High School Friday night W Va. after a visit with relatives
She 1* the daughter of Mr. and here I Horace Arnold of Redlnnd was ,

Mrs G. L&Monte Graw,'formerlyof an over-night gues. of Glenn

Homestead Mr*. F. Howell spent the weekend Schroeder. Satuidoy. .
In Salerno i Flat twelvlng I A WAR TIME MESSAGE
Mr, Leon Bierce of West Allis, !
medial 1 attention and on the return :
Wls, arrived last week to make I" :
trip visited In Stuart. GERALD D. TANNER
her home with her stepfatherand TO ALL CAR OWNERS
rnrther Mr. and Mrs. O R. ; INCOHR TAX CONSULTANT .
,
Mr. and .Mrs. W. C. Williams IfU INQRAHAM IILDU. PHUNII.u41. t
Bigger, while her husband 1* serving I
and infant son, Toddy, have MIAMI. FLA.
drive man; miles la the old but now. And yea
Chai. You eao't
with the navy. Mn I moved to Homestead. .....................................1
Foster of Chicago, an old friendof ,:wonder If what little driving yon get I* worth the price. Most

Mn Bigger, accompanied MnBleree costs yea rant reduce. Bat here's one you can -motor ell-

to Homestead and returned and safely, too. Read how.
to Chicago Monday.
Use Ref Inoll Motor 011"at He a Qt. Skeptical? Of course yea

FLORIDA- CITY are. It sounds tOil good to be true. But remember yea bay

direct from Reflnoil' Miami refinery No freight _la. No

By Warrens Sentry I middleman profits If oils were sold according to grade. Re.

s.r Inoll would, rout yen SSt.I .
, fade Rhodes of Joplin, Mo I I

and Mr*. M. D. Ingram of Miami
Mn. E. J.
visited their mother
PROOF ENOIGIITO If Reflnoll Ii So Good. Why
Rhode last week. Mrs Ingram AMAZE RIPLEY Don't All Motorist Use II?
has to Deltas. Oriente, Cuba .i .
gone FFINOIL h wow U nr H
to Mr. Ingram It's true you ran I bits a better Indr b..trd.t Miami I =:
Join motor oil even at Ut. Believe ..... br ". "' ... -tare ...... Is'
-'--- II or not. Oil expert discovered ,...04. they 1-0 will am II
L. C Aldrich Jrn of
Tech. Sgt ,
Reflnoil while seeking to
The New Is Spreading
Orlando Air' Base; Mrs. Aldrlch
,
find ways to lave money for On. ..", ..I..1t .MwM folio ...
and their daughters Sharan and big transportation eompanle. .tk... A Miami 1.1... .1_'In WfIm
Now firms like GENERAL MOTORS . ...1... l..r.>4 ...... Ron..lr..
AIRLINES kink ..!M frm .h.., l..tb..k. Nn
and AMERICAN own cameo ...., dot.
PASS THE AMMUNITIONPraise have adopted REFIN-
OIL Among Miami users you'll Your Guarantee
the Lord, find the FLORIDA EAST Tnll find RCFINOIL worth sealer
And get your: crap a-acrappln'; COAST and ATLANTIC !. r... v.. ..*. mmmtl .e e.on.-
Praise the Lord, COAST LINE railroad You 0'lk. .eI' wt.sos only ill w
*.. years la rood company I.L "ot'::
For any thing can happen; U>m. fabricate bitter any
Praise the Lord when yea use REFINOIU 01. ,..'.. M4 .r your aMiMr .....

And get ;your'scrap .-lCIrapPln'And

well all be free. Service in your car, or in your container, 12 C
"Soldiers come first these days Dad!
Praise tre Lord, the Iron'and I same price.-.._.........,................................ steel I II needed; :

Praise the Lord, and let. the aMJas-GaoWEU: : Bay year ell for tractor a4tracks
call brleeded: uYet.Mary we trtalnfy can affordto
,
from as In wholesale .aaatlUe and save ere More
Praise the Lord, the Iron. and
.
steel Is needed wait a feu minute for our train.

From you and me. TIzI.&a6 arJ pvet troop pains and Reflnoll LeeatloB C--kb: 5N... Boeing Air Trans.Ceaveake .

So go through'the basement .... iota.
.
:supplies the right And Ca: says:
.par
And through the attic. of way. 'ewa- ? oat.
(o .
"
. The .... "
Get every piece of crap you fNsfJ1l. too.Thttt ." tows toeatloo t _. . Mbw.awP ..... .... -
ftw .f ear engines. atone
can see.Ohoh' block south eI.... w ;. Ie an sees r
warrants Ha as*, te
aJt right with ut. We : ..c..u..fel teas-.e sobsor
tarn- t' new say ocllilag *f the
Praise the Lord.
> Near
Add get your scrap a-ecrappin'; 'fINli/r-IJ/Jim t n t. : Storage F. V C. track Wareheo* ** ........... M .*. sea saving Ice eU; which. ,

Praise the Lord, don't let them .....? U ale swan Hem
'
catch you nappln'; It <

Praia the Lord, ,and get your r -

for crap Vlc-to-ry.a-scrsppin' I SEABOARD. I' RAILWAY' :

_Fred O. Jackson" In Cleveland t :Htoxics. REFINOILMOTOROIL
Plain Dealer. .

'ro* 211 S. W.Fint Court I..
WOLFE''AUTOWRECKING . "
'
VICTQKY .
..CO..1. .- 3 COM Week Day;lJ to 7.-M, .. '
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Four HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE'Friday, February.6,X943 '*&
ss sss Mj ** llimeWlW*j sK

HOMESTEAD LEADERAND WhhSMfeUornJO&AOny6Thin8toD f For IftCC IMSS3' ; ar'c R cmedJrollt.

EfTKUTUSBins : W a3e,,_Salarlc',.Divide, Intctatand Annihts 'I'-

in ins .
; "- 0 Lbf four a5 ladieals"yotri ft ...'lr
.oW...... ........ M ....... IU. 0 CTYi"
{
ar w 5,555 Dade ?.blheh a c-.a.. CIlpOfiOll.. Svbtrod yo r nJ l Y RoJvy w tax i Wtctr/' / x y,

IP .aarn
.-.. sea a.wrAaloara '
LJlACil Assamteu.ei. Me.Diffiorft- nwi a Ne.C.it..L ;
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MART PtauLL DICIWIJOII I .
wave aM sedetv '.j
solmn s awn Ong,....alaat.aas fras"A01 r Yn10rt Matt
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I n..M- P'IIONAL cP.gl rosy 4lI1A11XDM ...._.,__c arrr.+..rarr.+,.
.
UAL-oo.MtWx -.r.trrra..rrL.
so D.s...c-& .-== elm: ------.-. --IETVI"--- -.-.-- Etawrs. .y.1f. =_._':'. .0 .. I
...rte , -:-=- ::=" E::::: I n.arsr.rrrrr..rrr.+tur.Wba$6LNu..ww.wr
i.las..ww"Fusser.eai a
........ as ...e slow Mae emaw -- IiitiiiI11 ---.---

Nrea it.ra1 Nu.B A.Ia,In"1912.rbr4.: .ads u \Ioeat= : ;; !J'.S'1.- rW.. : ' -::'. l c r-..,.. ++3 Lawt.wa I

1 > A..Ul- ILa..r.aw.wartrfL7L
..DD I
Building MoraleBy .

Annie Majnew rttepatrlrk r Aferfe.noo.la.rwyrs .. trirnL .6rla htr Orr .
Muney can" buy it, .- ........ 't

Congress cut"t vote It, .t oat" l.n.se' ._. .... .
IM__......... .
Each one of us limply must take ==:: i. ll L..tzi C. n ..
A little of this, ...- : ":: : ::: ::
...
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A little of that, ;
And build our own morale fIl 2.---- S I II LZ I X= la EmS !:

morale _-_ .. .. t:. : = ::
O- .INa1PM u..uca roa Y w l+ 1; w w wlw
.. .9=00 co ,
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Some worries and fears, t --r:!= 3 A M e 13 EEa ; :,,
Some hope and acme tears 0 ,-On 64a ........ ... .
.. _... .. e.- -
With courage to leaven the mixture =:::.':' J ...
tabs asar7ls__....a tJJ.4 0 t:!: :: ::t =
,... 1._ ... ... ..
Some hatred that flare, ... ._ t ___'0 0
I L. ....iaw........!hN.Al.r/W. .._: _.Vdf.._, .. .... ....... i. M iS lia +
5 S =
Some love and tome prayers dip..._ .__..._- -.....-...-..-..-----....- 1 N t ..- ..A ... N M : .
To make It a permanent fixture -(. .---............----..W V't.
L .... YM M of i IllS M = UEEE5El !

Drunks Called TraitorsAny I II - ...* : 1"t" r. l 1t eEai E i I1'i !.S5emItsL:5aa

I 3 w : 15 ESSE

man who lets his appetite . Cr' : 1 w 4w M M r <
for liquor destroy his usefulnessis :; I : 4d
a traitor to his country In these ++.
___...._... &15.i---- .r.Yal.ii..rarar.9
:
ftOO b
lays Dr. J. E. Johnstone, pastor -- -- : _. ,, ==1 ,_
-
-
of the First Baptist Church ol == ::=.::=-:: ;: :-== 69-1 O

Hnmntead told his congregationIn
a recent sermon entitled "TraiI e
ton to God and Country""In
,

: his every line these available to bolster days man when up, our to we work fightingmen need In Use the Simplified form 1040 A-You can qet if NOW fromyour J

at the front, any man .Is a
t traitor to his country who doe n' Employer' or Your Local INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICEaid 1
see to It that he la his best ohysIrally -
so that he can be a' producer
," said Dr. Johnstone. "Pub-
lie sentiment Is rising against the lively tragic waste of essential damaging a bean seed Lane, Major Klmbrough, John of bean from Ceo Earns at the
liquor evil. . crops. . maliciously causing the mule to Klmbrough James Lee and Chas Florida City State Farmers' Market
Thta Is a time of drunkenness Since the meeting grower htM Swanson After trial In justice of and was bound over under $58 'I
mrt revelry In some, circle of also signed FSA contract for approximately "Drinking using profane and the peace court, they were bound bond. Lester Rucker was releasedon
society the home Is not considered 1,000 mere farm indecent language rioting and over to the criminal court of rec- the same charge for Jack of
complete without It.bar rather I workers than previously ordered, fighting," resulted In warrant being rod.BenJ. evidence. (
and mother, to whom God has although'they hay. received onlya sworn out by Redland Camp A. Farris pleaded guilty to
entrusted the care of little children -| mull proportion of the labor Manager t A. Robert for Don- "unlawfully stealing" a hamper READ TllE.W WANT-ADS 1
are bringing certain ruin for which they have already ap
to their home by this evil. We plied.A ,
must hold high the standard of "roving patrol" establishedby
sobriety . the county In response to ac-1
The lives of children unbornare tion taken, at the growers' meetinglast
being blighted by drunken week I* doing excellent service :
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERSAs
parents. Some time ago these by taking into custody loiterers -
startling figures appeared in suitable for farm labor and
print: I others who do not have their
Three "VnlHlon children are I draft registration cards Chandler required by Section 12, Chapter 5596, of the Acts of 1907,I, or

born annually to drunken parents aald of shall be at the the dates
half a million of these are Full data on the local situation one my deputies, following places on
born'diets, three hundred thousand prepared by Chandler, was set opposite each for the purpose of receiving Tax Returns for
are born deaf or dumb or presented by Congressman Pat the 1943
blind;. Cannon at a.Washington meeting year :
"Such condition spell ,out tnIl'tters Wednesday ittended by- James E.
of fir- Traitor to God I Byrnes, economic, stabilization director South Miami.-Feb.18,1943 9:00 A. 1\1. Town Hall

and Country" I .: Senator Prentlss M. Brown Kendall ......_.Feb. 18,1943' 10:00 A. M. D. B. Dice Pack. House
OPA head and member of his
I staff; Secretary of Artcutttire Perrine ......... .Feb. 18, 1m 11:00 A. l\L Barfield's Store

BAHAMAS I Claude R. Wickard and members Goulds ....... ......Feb.1S,',. 9-t3 1:00 P. M. Goulds Supply Inc.:
'of his staff Including )bJ. John Sliver Palm.....Feb. 19, 19.3 3:00 P. M. Anderson Filling Sta.

(Continued' from Pale One) O tor. Wslker.agriculture director; Marvin of manpower Jones of Princeton .......Feb. 19,1943 10:00 A. M. Pratt Grocery
.
gone Immediate on record Importation as favoring of Bahamans the- the office of economics stabilization -; Redland ......._..Feb. 19,1943Feb. 11:00 A.;M. Woman's Club.

u emergency farm labor to : and Senator Claude Pepper Florida City .... 19,1943 1:00 P M. Town Hall
save the winter vegetable nope I and Paul V. McNutt HomesteadFeb.. 19,1943 2:00 P. M City Ball

It wa announced yesterday by I MIAMI .?....t...Jan. 2,1943 9:00 A. M.
John Ford farm bureau
tary. The resolution passed secre by : POSESASF.B.I.Continued Through Apr. 1, 19-U 5:00 p. M. 513-516 Court House

the .farm bureau read. In part: (Sat. 9:00 A. 31.-12 Noon)
Off the food administration ( from Page One)
fall In this, there will be a post- ''I plowman, and for "willfully and2itiour I else wfch to rente the taxpayers thai !. aettllen to flltac their awDcaUMM fee
hssMistta exempt!** with the Ceaaty. It Is alA eeenary to file with the City In
.
which the Deepens Is totaled, each year between January M and April 1st, abet'i
.... exemption Cannot be graaied by the various a.aeaserv. Under the ptvvtoleBief
the aw tax laws rdasis to tangible pmsasl aad UUXIble personal property.
H to (us.atary teal every ....... firm, eeriontleii. tnulee, ete. owning *r .......
RNERS1 eesilrel. snuiscMneat wr wstedy ef taxable acneoal property la tIIr8&ata ef rtorlda.
.IERAL file Annually a roses tax return with the Tax Aseeeaor. TIle Act previdea far
penalties, .. !'% where the taxpayer. falls te lie these return Whem vkatoff th*
.!Ieft preelscts. we will receive oppUratloaa. sad farnUh waist for all retina ,
Sad a. aUeaUa filed.
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Ambulance SorvlcoLADY tetpertfsUy ',

J. N. LUMMUS, JR. ,

,s ATTENDANT .
Asiasssr W Tkxe. Dade Gust HrUa ,
Phone 270 Homestead, Fla.

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r.! Friday; Fe,1'Uary6.t9(3 : ..HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Patre.ForaI :






r I gonna Social Events in South Dade . . .: II





: NEIGHBORHOOD CIRCLE MEETS TO MAKE I MISS DOROTHK HIKES B. P. W. C. SPENDS EVENING FOLDING -
[ BECOMES ARMY BUDI j I
: BED CROSS GARMENTS AND PLAN FOR USO I, Min Dorothy Himes of Pough- I .SURGICAL DRESSINGS FOR RED CROSS

-- keeplv N. Y. and CpL Harry: -

1 The Neighborhood Circle completed Cunnyngham, it was announced. I Walton of Poughkecpsie anh the Members or the Homestead B. in* and sewing room on FU4.

eight Red Cross slip*' at Mr*. Kingman and her daugtt- I Homestead army air base were :P. W. C met Monday: evening tit awe to aid Mr*. Tibbtta la bet
its meeting at the home of Mrs. tr. Mrs. Frederick R. Weber, I married Feb. I In St John'r Episcopal : field work the giving of assistance -
Ralph Kingman Wednesday afternoon served cakes and hot tea. I Church D... A. L. Bur- the Red Cross rooms .and folded to families of soldiers. ,

and made plans to entertain Present were: Mr*. Jas Roth- I green performed the ceremony and i Surgical dressings till 10 o'clock. Mr*. Hives was awarded a

soldiers at the USO clubhouse erham, Mrs. W. O. Chase, Mrs 'Mrs.. J. H. Webster played; nuptial On the way home, the members prime for folding the most -at$1 -

on Saturday: night Feb. 11 Geo. P. Wright, Mrs. L H, Idopp.Mjs. music. slopped it the home of Mice Green dressings and Mrs. J. H. Ham-

Mrs. Sam J. Davia gave poppy: Mary T. Furry, Mrs. W. E. Sgt and Mr* Wade Lanum Rivet for a abort business meeting mett, the president, received a
plants to all those attending. Gaby. Mrs. C. G. Caldarwood.Mn. II were the attendant and refreshment count of consolation: priM for the fewest

Mrs Clayton Sedgwick Cooper R. A. Holmes Mn. Dorothy: The bride wore whit with white doughnut with coffee or cocoa Present were Mrs. Mae Morris,

will tell of her experiences i. the B. Gowdy, Mrs. Klngman,. Mrs and pale blue accessories. served by Mra. B. A Tibbits, heed Mrs. Herbert Kate, MS-*. W. 1C
Orient at the next meeting Mar. Weber, Mrs Cooper Mrs. cu.ft1 .- CpL and Mrs. Walters have teen [of South Dade Red Cross chap- Walton, Mrs. Virgil Lyon Mr*.

I at the home of Mrs. W. W ,ham and Mrs. Davis. l spending several days In Miami ter which I II sponsored br the club. Ben Archer, Mrs. Rive Mrs Tib- (.*.;;

and are exepected to return todayto After the Red Cross report wu bits and Mrs. Hammett. members,

HOWARD JOHNSON ENTERTAINS their apartment in the horn of I read the club voted to have a and Mr*, Emma Sort and Mr. A. j'
I MRS. Mr. and Mn. Geo. N. Wakefield.
I .telephone installed la the mend- VanNostrand, guest 1
STEPHEN FOSTER JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB "

The CalendarFeb. ENLISTED MEN TO BE ENTERTAINED 1

Mr*. Howard Johnson was Lost- Johnson. Miss Hilda Dodson was BY REDLAND NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB \ "

ell on Thursday evening, Jan; 21, accompanist, and she also playedfor Meeting of Episcopal ,
the group singing of patrioticand Auxiliary with Mrs. Henry -
; :
the Stephen Junior Mu-
to
Foster popular 'OlJulde \ Brooker, Jr. I The Neighborhood Club will be I native states In order that they x
114! Club. Hubert Smith, the president Fruit 'and cookies wereserved. Feb Meeting of Monday I hostess group to the men of the l might get in touch with persona I

presided and conducted a I Music Club with Mrs J. W., Eng I local air base at a special entertainment I from the same localities waa a
brief business meeting before the Other present were: Mr*. Bevo lish. : tomorrow evening In the I special feature of Tuesday night' ,

program was presented by Miss Webb and Ann Feb. 10-Flnt Aid Stationmeeting USO clubhouse This. the second fence. There were more boy ,\
esDo'r;
Clarice Dodson.It I Rbeney, :Ada; Dodson, lnChamber of Commerce' party given this month bjr 'from New York than from any of I \

consisted of: a piano solo, Miss Charlotte Geronimo, Miss building at I p. m. Presbyter-1 local, groups for men of the base.I,the other 32 represented, although ;

"Aida". by Noel Steffanl; a flute Ardel Parman, Miss Marie Bell,1 ,Feb. li-Meeting of The new orchestra at the base I Texas and Iowa were well up om t
ante, "Souvenir", by Frank Haua- II Miss Barbara Jean Wakefield, Ian Woman' Auxiliary with 141'1'1 I will make Its Initial appearance the list. Those wishing to meet

man; a violin solo, "Gypsy Love Miss Dorothy Chapman, Nadine J. R.. Hickson. I IH at the USO Valentine Day: danceon I I boy from their home states may l
Song", by: Robert Kuhn; a piano ,Rueble. Bob Spear, Charles Fleming Fl>. Work meeting of Feb. 18. USO Director W. 1:. D. contact them through USO, Mr. _
teaS- I
solo, "Tarantella," by John Pope: John McLean, John Ruehle, Home DemonstrationClub. Ward said yesterday.: For ''the I Ward said ,
I
a solo, "There Are Such Things", and PvU. Clair Diets, Foster Til- most part, formal dress will be
by Miss Mary Ellen Deaflng" ,ley and James Kookoothe from Feb. IS-Meeting of Junior I worn by the girls and special I i"Chrlstitn Responsibility In International -

and a piano solo by little Janice I the Homestead army air bile.I' Woman' Club with Mn. Olin favors and refreshments will be Peace" was conducted

Wright. provided. ,by Mn. J. A. McNeill, Mn. Dan
PLANS FOR FLOWER SHOW ABANDONED Feb. IS-USO Valentine Day: I Listing service men"by their I Williams, Mn. O L. Showalterand

I I.dance. -.,.. Mrs. J. D. Redd. Classes to
BY SOUTH DADE GARDEN CLUB MEMBERSDue ,Feb. 16-Meeting of W. S. C. _S.Circle MRS. CAPUNGKE study: the book "International >jj

-- Three at home of Mn. HL. IS MADE: OFFICER *aDa", will be held on Mar. S and '..,

to war conditions, plans for hearts. Brown. i Mr E. S. CapUnger was named It, Is was announced.: XF
Feb. 22 of HomesteadArt
the) flower show which was to The next meeting will be held -Meeting I treasurer of the W. S. C. S. of Present were the Rev. and Mr*.
Club in Red Cross surgical
have been held by the South Dade on Monday, Mar 1, at the home dressings ..-... .. ." the First Methodist Church at the O. Sewell Palmer, Mn. Robert
Garden'Clufl..Jehd"abandoned 6f Mri. H. Brooiett: Iq Florida regular monthly meeting Tuesday; Glenn, Mn. J!. L. Ballard, Mr*.
Mar. 1-Meeting of South Dade
the group after discussion at a City. to succeed Mrs. C. D. Eaker whose I Virgil Lyon, Mn. McNeill, Mr*.
Garden Club with Mn H. Brock-
meeting held Monday afternoon Those present were: Mrs. Fred duties at the scrool cafeteria make Ceo. Rinson Mn CapUnger, Mrs.Sbowattar. ,
at the home of Mr* Ernest B. Fuchs Mrs. I, J. Norman, Sr., ett It Impossible for her to serve. Mn. A. S. Mby, Mn.
Meeting of B. P. W. C
Mar.
Francis. Mr*. E. J. Norman. Jr:, Mrs. J. Mrs. H. [f. Brown was program I I Dan Williams, Mn Casper Williams -
in Red Cross rooms.Mar
UTS. James McCready told of M. Dobbin, Mn. N. O, Ball. Mrs. chairman and a discussion of and Mia Helen Livingston
1-W. a c. S. study meet- 1
the) Red Cross mending room. R J. Shepherd Mrs Alma Shetz-

Flowers were Identified by: Mn line, Mrs. Virgil Lyon, Mrs. H. O. Ing.Mar.. Meeting of Neighborhood .I
.
San J. Davis, and flower arrangements Cronwall, Mn. Chaa Pratt Mrs. Club at home of Mrs. W; W. ...,,' .... Jua.. ttua ft, ....,.". -
were demonstrated by Mn. Haas, Mrs. McCready, Mr*. Brock- .
W. K. Walton. Various plants ett, Mn Davis, Mrs. Young, Mrs Cunnyngham.Mar.
It-W. 9 C. S. study
war exchanged by the group Brown and Mn. Walton.
meeting.
Mn. W. K. Haa presided THEDIXIE

'oil* topped with pineapple, SACRED HEART GROUP
"Wkm R.lr airline U A. Art"
cake and punch were served by: ATTENDS: MIAMI COUNCIL
the hostesses. MI'I.K M. Brown Jock DRUG How"
Member o'f the Altar Society of YOUR
LOUIS
Favors folk Aahnaee
and M Ben Young the Sacred Heart Church attended ,

ware tiny cups filled with candy a quarterly meeting of the St. Phones 31 and lift

Augustine Council of the National HAIR DRESSER
MtSICAL PROGRAM GIVEN Council of Catholic Women'
Ami, III r riMfcr St. Miami
FOR MEN OF ARMY BASE held Tuesday, ,Jan. 28, in the' .kTMi .
Tat Mill LOn LrRXIB reap.a..Iy
Enlisted men from the Home- Towers Hotel 'in Miami. .1

stead army: air base were entertained I Among the principal speakers service .f the led -.e.. Pea' lli, Mi 31 Tooth Powdered
tides w NEW MILITARY r BBtSBrurr
in the USO clubhbuse last were the Rev P. J. McGul of

night with a musical program I Tampa and Dan Shanahan, representative C_PKKHANINT them It A..WAVE....'_.t...law ed 90. R1IN10 WT" pan i
presented under the auspices of i of the NCCS-USO. The Tooth Brush
the Women' Auxiliary of St., meeting was preceded by a lunch- 'INN are wasp bra.ut" ....... Nt the
John' Episcopal Church. I ........IP or a ..t.bil.h..st of tit" Here is a saws tgot can't at :A c 1
The program, given by: members -I eon.Those attending from the Homestead ..them Is swig.s ,_ 1M Maadpatsl or.were. fcriio miss. -T
.. sad ....1..... to mm on Ihthorawh
of the Stephen Foster Junior I society were: Mn. Clark ..- braaebw at ...... ....-. redse mass.. 'Jtas1 t..se.g .
Mukid Club,' consisted of the following 1 Roberts, Mn L. C. Smith, Mn and sellable ...>|...
numbers: piano solo. Miss I I Louis Dalgle, Mn. Frank Shepard, LOUIS. YOUR HAW DRESSE b
Vera Rheney;. vocal trio Misses ft**. Fred Cyr, Mrs. I Chafer, Moat to we of do bad bamor oboe h
holy Ellen Dearing; Hilda and Mn. F A Mannerly and the Rev. Uw aloe. where the .le-1IoM branch" of MAQNUM VKSSSaiarSaSHtssJlKttSyrtfi
Clarice Dodson; flute sole Frank I 1 I j Michael Nixon.A testy .oll... urn ,..,..... walk OitM JSStf
.... .I
Ardel IMV them ame tfttrm pfOTvtas
Mill of
the society
solo special meeting
Hausman; piano
,
......
.
.neat I* |a dm Ux tw I
Parman; vocal solo, Charles Fleming will be held Sunday morning .
teas the type fl wan wtilrk Wr hair Prodact of 1L.d.eWa duvets.
I
; cornet and baritone duet, after mass. _.... a sire. feataeo the MCW SEA .table and trg .r-iadalgeaee,
Hubert Smith and Jack Barnes; I HODCKN MUlUrr .r creak Fluff. raw Stop for yo r Roney e .

vocal solo, Miss Desrtng; and piano I REDLAND W.'8. C. 8. HAS asset (I few M>t.Thi tf CL .Cives,. > TA9Liit 39 C \
trio, Misses Hilda, Clarice REGULAR MEETING bag tt Mf loft .r and bomb beta
and Dorrls Ada Dodson. Group NMMM ..-.1.-. O.. mvf ktnU
also was enjoyed. Member of the Redland W. S. < *... km V kOT klr ..... __
atnging and fruit Juice were C. S. met Wednesday: Jan. 27, In and Y ....... t Ikito r *. mrt.
Cookies the parlor of Redland Community bar ..tire __ ...,,_ AttractionlisiriiM a1 p
entertainment committee -
the Charm "n"LSAVS
served' bjr Modern
Church. Seep me kM J4ut
lifrs. Frank Hausman MrsC Mn Anna Messersmlth, president hoP baled av k ikMl4 .*_loa s c
Jf. Parman, Mr*. W. E. Rheney: , presided. Others present send bwser sop Ilk ill MM .l !.<*.. FACIAL PADS aortal"
Mrs. Lee H. Lehman ad Mr*. P. ...., TW Are ii ...- ass MT IMMKIk Key 1 1istg
were Mn. H. J. Armstrong Mr*. Quick, deli fitful ekaaa- kad+ pee
dirt u4 srla. inniiku ikNl M ?
B. Ratcliff. M. A. Baker, Mrs. M M. Ramsey, Ik* fc mM*. k* Small Immttr mtJw for ataks-cep. b lam i iIII
MUSIC CLUB Mn F. W. Stfflman, Mrs. A. W. kf MM mmt >"!.... .MltMloM .
TO MEET MONDAYDue January. Mn D. M. Breanan. .. Ml ..... *u k* ....... Wt kr PADS I i
Mr*. MessersmitK and the Rev. 6004 bait" ship a..ak fl"ed" sitar
rationing, the Monday 9 AsoottoN
to
gas Ie a Map Ilk this am vWn marries lH > ONLY /
Music Club will meet Fete I Louis Minter _...... ..- -.we. barstbor with t Vt'
at the home of Mrs. J. W English _..11ohNf"'- . o yea
Instead cf at the home of Mrs. 100166Lass. laf
Lee H Lehman, at first planned. Ala SEATS CONOrrlMltBOLUOI IN coMroataawhra. ...._. te bead ., the ship Iwlon .,, bgkese.U1011sow. ,+pr. "
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ads hm f..ks Y weba.as earls
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Hostesses will be Mr*. W. R. has *. it is* r. at
k IW Mb .* this. MriiMk H.J .
Bird. Mrs. Wm Musselwhit: Mrs. Adai.le M*. .*. tea' I __ an..bet.a.a Ie ......

I '", E: H. GaUaher and Mr Lehman. Venetian Skating Rink for .....-... ..t mtt Medal Slitlw4 I 1'IMlhI"1t" DM *tlK f.* '! : "

Y Those who can not come: are TM a. W. IT* At*, .... Ik* HIM a" .."slat Our sae J
? asked to notify hostess. will W arname.L--Ads.


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Six HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, February 5,1943
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WHEN YOUR CCBTIPICATI CALLS FOB RECAPS, VistaREBOZO'S
ARCHER OPTICAL SERVICE 0

AUTO SUPPLIESI'
OPTOMETRIST ANb MANUFACTURING OPTICIAN /

Offers and Laboratories LoraM ta Miami >l lad W. plafbr M, Under the Dlrorll of Dr. Pled P. Anh.r,.T... lMtlMtlollrUf ., W. lk M, Miami R. t BABKEB. M... ToL 44U

GET BEiOZOt BIAYT SERVICE CAP-.4 W ASSURED Of VHS BBBT

In the EiawilnlM W Erro Whti* Tkoot POOWM, lotfafarlorp and C4 Looktat ClooMa ara blade and PleteITi. l I CRAFTSMANSHIP, PERFECT BALANCE AND 14:.1 TREAD DEPTH AT LOW

.... ., I......rf... Efficiency mad CMtlaotwi e....... Report B.Mlr kp pioneer Cr.fa.i.-Ltm DwjUrattaM. A*,l* Partial', COrr. Also Pootano Otlot CoooIlM mi Auto Bowlfao.aootklp .

won tine or oiooodlnllpdoarmoua This. typo ot ....... fa funfakoi kp BX.BOSO'I .
Mow OTM pond ko kowht and! every ndUM 1ft thruladkMualbm. read w k* promiM of Visual dl".11Ioa.A.U. and M motorist should ..eua1s AUTO IVPFlVEf. ......, who
I sense should *rote* UM on k* KM fated _tip one should reason highly driers In larre p..at + !:kp reason of Uwlr beset kick else work
itUM ,recommended and .e.peaat ..cfom.trka.Too stud New Blare win drlrtot M >rv w> at M* them, oadaacortat kb own llf.'t'for Nan or* witnessing a steady growth
fitted with dame!
Mil nip
I ftp pro ....... tad that of ours wk k* ta his. .
will k* dtflolulp metal of aonrlntlark mil . Mrol from tko om bad oup ta their '.1 Thor M* equipped Umidot
lint ....... of strain or eight, dlfttnltbo. omtc If you ar a patient .. Dr. oMtoot watekliK of tile street and ktakwv. path w... akiddla tau* ,- the hat tore ....... ot the lout
Al ...,.,...... kowmr, fa MR.nlutlo Archer. Bp iota oiptrfaao*, w-otortou M*I east to onto track ti tnMor ..-
with tko .._riot ._111''" la fit PM ,rop rlp.nniulndi ...... H arm, and whether H fa ore*. ,radix* of the flowt ta ........ materials, paw kp having MMOtk Un roaipvtdkm tool oar ,......' MrtlfloitM toO forramps
patimal blfeesis. roe ..... .'- to poi will f.M opiwoor ta tko very a.w.tstyle. and ..... safe for atiMt and kick.Ia . that aMp Mk their tins M
at people trotlfp the nla.aklo
to
llm ritual f.II.... (UoM for driving orMhrr "pirooMlltp" dome w It voro.UMM Is", this. fire sand nt BEBOZOf HEAVY
wnlrM _....... kp tie ARCHER l (laoHO. roe map b* Mrtal tko till ooH par porilralor tn* .o4Tk the national tabulation. of masse SERVICE CAP -... k* amend of koolorofloMMklp
r OPTICAL SERVICE IM4 W. Ffaibr St.. seeks will k* most MtfafacUrp.Mmp Improve par ..-... for automobile aothbat skidding. fa torfoct bane and 14t
I .lull, whose attlra are the beat Malpprdk Mrion had truly atkrtU MM lueiiii fcor ta proper tittles .. shown a* a Iran MUM and It behooves tread depth which MU OMM mss.mOn
i, Uw ....., thorough oumUatloa of of rpcclffht dlffbultfa oould have korallmlnatrd tlaoMO diiiim for highest MMMoxada.Uoa every metorlgE Interested I. the .d._ BEBOSO'f HEAVY BEBVICB CAPS
pour on* fa ..*4* aod finished. glassed arofurmUhM ta adult llfo, k ,pf.rautloM sad his OMMfaatloaa serving tarorractlM met ., safety and his. mra wolt-kola this ..tes tread depth Sets M MOT
41 .hr nuuur rnruowa In mm .had kora bake ta childhood. at the wry sad eliminating taoorroet rfakmfa I* bony line ta a send -' .. A men *r4l.ojrp _po. M nt the mist for
kwtiam, Ik* ..... far. No appointment .kavotOMultod little pracaotloa not self prorrala pour MOMP. BEBOCO-t AUTO iUP.PLIEJ. .
first kaowlcdn of a sight "' '''-P. twilled kp aeon of pees..e who aoa.
; fa amowrr.T That which fa only aa 1....._ of .r., or cord his Mrvba. r. P. .n... aorldrata bat nt dews ............ IW I. W. Nth Bt, Miami k OM.fMb .
... nil rely upon UM orrrbo for .. .Inl. II. childhood will ....'_lIp d*. ARCHER aad kfa. oa, DB P. P. ABCREB sly Mr _411_ tlp Iocoto4 for our radon and will
,log 14 ibvniihhl. or. ......1..1""* and rrlot Into a arrive sight kandkap la )r..I (who fa at present la tko onrbolwoU There are vase type of rmpplalonb vlv* roe wick std efficient movies at low
i fur being llt-4 with .|MW< Hut will N- tow _... ..._ of peek have are bases ta thin Motloa. ot Florida.lunnot . hat tko who. autortat KM thin work oort. H. L. .......... the oiprrloMol ....
two the key nf irllil... Natural *y*.l I.been llmlnatod kp *'""'1'1.' trratmnit.Or. We when ta Miami. that pou visit doa when H Ma k* bandied with the uw of this firm, k woll known ta thou
fcht. rr i..kt iiirricuitiM MW M .. Archer rvadrr. ......_.Mrrlf. and this .,'...-Ad.. proper qulpMnt kp klllrd ....-. parts. Take pour time I* kliov A4*.

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{ of farm* and in the basements or increased; the

and attics of home it a lot of and hips cannot

Junk which it doing no good The rubber ,
In spite of the
where it it but which i neededat diva
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omce to help smash the quantities of ,ttl,..>10/

Japt and Nazi waste materials .light.to.

copper, line
Scrap iron and steel for
example. >
The
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Junk wilt help make
Even in peacetime, scrap provided from 71....... None
about 50% of the raw material for steel. industry .....
lished, ,
It may be rutty, old "icrap" to you Will
you elplFiratcoUect.
but it ia actually relined it eel-with

moat impuritiea removed, and can be 'I' '
terial and pile it !
quickly melted with new metal In the I
'Then sell it
form of pig \iron to' produce highest : ., ,
it to a charity, :
quality steel for our war machinrt. 4"u
Bearcat
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r up, "", UP, until today America- ia with your Local mate bob. tl' .
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: If live
oW turning out a. much steel aa all the rest you on : : .

of the world combined. But unless at County War '

1 least 4,000.000 additional tonI of acrap ment dealer.
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seal ia uncovered promptly, the lull TlrrvwYOOX '..

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IIIITII- I I "" ner. Today the will attend '

SOCIAL EVENTS bridge luncheon at the home 01:

'>s. Mark Byron. CLASSIFIED ADS
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I": I IFOR

4:1MRS.. SCOTT HEADS MISSION GROUP MH.HK.T FKK.M PAID FOR JUKI
: CAM IN ANT CONDITION BATE: First Insertion 104 a Hoe; subsequent Insertion

FOR WORK AT-MIGRANT LABOR CAMPSMr Ma Ho*

ROWELL&SON

Earl P. Scott of the Homestead .| Her own work, she said, U RENT SAPODILLAS, sapoUs, sweetsops.

Church of the Nazarene t with the younger group where Offic* and) Tar*, hi ...... at sole N. W. U..*. rose-apples and all unusual

was chosen president of the localroup ]I the minimum age is three months; Mm SI. .... MIUIran ROOMS and apartments. Reasonable fruits In season. Quote price

I.another supervisor oversees the ..... and Mcmla at Al Rind. .mibl.ckla.ry rates, hot water and show per bushel to R. E. Ogden BolE
for minion
( work among: older children A supervised recreation Binaht. ALSO A FEW EX.CEU.EMT e..n. Palms. Hotel, Florida City.dllJ28). 782, Orlando, Fla. (fS- ')
migrants at I meeting of -
reereentatlver .
first shejaid. IUD
period comes: TRUCKS J'OII BALE (
of local 'churches field Orange juice is served at AT BARGAIN FRKSS. BOOKKEEPINGACCOUNTING.

under the auspices of the Florida 110 o'clock, then a handwork period FOR SALE WE: CAN TAKE CARE of I r-
Chain Of Missions Friday in the, Surly and Senior a Net ol .jarckaadbiI
; lasts till noon when a hot .... late more small sets of books In the
two kadrd II.
Mem andfambktow
First Methodist Church of fiometead ,. well-balanced meal Is served. After evenings at a minimum price.
I a *....* that b dbtlncU la CIRCULATING kerosene heater
,, lunch there Is I rest period, at -II ten nerd of the nublb, wbthelreu for sale. 1-burner cabinet style Husband general and cost accountant .

Other officers are: vice-presi,I cots have been provided. Sunday Hn k. tk* du *r the aaatry maletop removable for light cook- lax expert. Wife

dent, Mn. Marvin T. Murphy o( school: classes are held 'also. for the Mtclaadlas poiklo at ROWEU. Ing. Excellent condition til bookkeeper, double entry .p-

the Homestead Presbyterian I ION with hendauarten In Miami nl.I tem. Can take off trial balance,
I At the'white the
labor camp on Phone 504-J before 8:30 a.m. or
lute N. W. llth Bt., one of the bubalauklkhmte and loss
Church; secretary. Mrs A. W. profit statement, etc. If
Federal highway the workers conduct In this. after. 6:30 p-m. (J1SU)
January of the Redland Methodist I kindergarten Won They antmctnral you need a set of books for
I I Saturday -. "" rmfonod Need
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Church; treasurer, Mrs H. L. I class and a Sunday school: class, Bad pip at all Haifa, .. well at how ONE C.terplllar15" tractor, new your business, we can set them

Brown of the Homestead Methodist she said. crap metal of all .1.... machinery ant! tracks. Brooks, Inc., Phone 78-It up for you to conform to all .1 '

Church; supply committee, Junk cart sea track at awry deaerla.Bclni (dl l-U) new rules regulation and tax

Mrs, Carl Wagner of the Sliver I ...... ntenolv automobile wreck lawi. Can give local and Miami
Palm Methodist Church and Mrs. An important meeting of the : .n, they aba carry auto and truck parte I INCH by 4 inch Barnes Irrigit. I references. If intemted, phone) I.

i. !. Close of the Homestead Woman's Club of Homestead to i This to not only n fraud aloe. ta bar hut lag pump. 1,000 gal. per min- 3(7 our home, and auk for Mr. '

Methodist Church. discuss club participation in local ..It. a* excellent place. t* eell a* they pal I ute. Direct connected to 4 cyL or Mrs. W. A. Austin pflt.

USO work will be tuldMon- the klrhcrt prieoi for every piece id Le Rot engine. Brooks, Inc.
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Miss Agnes Studley, field worker day evening in the clubhouse. All 1 metal purckued.W I Phone 78Jt. (dll-tf) CHILDREN* given good core, by

for the mission chain, outlined club members are asked to makejpecial iwreal t...Nf_ that anyone l> week, day or month. Reasonable -
the daily routine at the Home- this. locality/ having Item LOST
of this kind folwnlrlrhvac. j rates. Nur
effort to be J Florida City,
.1 prejenj, .. ,
saM negto 'migratory UmpJmtre 10M Mad ..n' tot.nt (fSttt
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the pre-school children are thorn Into oath by bringing them to, 'MARE mule from Mowry street I \,

divided into two croups for supervised Mn Grace McL, Smith ii these ,..... In Miami.This b age, of UN, I and canal. Please notify Pat BUGGY light wagon cart

recreation' hand' work spending se\erat days in' Miami< 'err boot ... ta the wmmiinlty when I Tuocl. Goulds or call 532-R. condition. Phone 528-J-l, Fon

and rest period. with her cousin, Mrs. W? C. Mil- trading In all,of jta departments b car.Whll Pf5)) taine, Silver Palm dr. east of
Had II ..11......_
Naranja rd. (jStf)
'> some of them articles may nol t WANTED
HAVE THAT BOOr REPAIRED OB A NEW HOOP APPLIED NOW BY THE *m Important rot the, are all very. I...I BevlsT Lefts
t FAT hens J. R. near ,1
portent and our government wants them PLOWING-will furnish mule and
store (dI8U)
PALMER ROOFING CO. krou ht ta with all '.-d. km. Itn.ee.ary' fa plow hand. U P. Kendrick, E.
I to haw a* suttee for them I '
Campbell ft. (f12) TO trade 17 %.ton delivery se.
Amoral ... ... and shale Metal featrnrton with It Year *f Berrlc. Boa*. and the people of into Mellon nn fortunatiIn dan for l.ton stake body truck.J. .

4aormn In Miami al II N. E. ITIk ...- T.U Mill 11'.. iii, Palmer. Prm. having a depot (a .frlch.>*tly ......... !CAPABLE reliable ,woman for Left's store.dlStf.
R. Bevls
Featuring CEMAIN.TEED and BAIIKTT BOOF1NG-rk.M far FREE ...." aadBattmat 1 This popular firm hat ....... been known( house work. Petz Tourist near

Willie Matniab for ..., ....... An Sllll Anllahb-EAST THUS. for honest and straight forward _....... I Home, 302 & Krome. JStf) ** (- )
and fair dealings with
very nwiron wh'
-A- taut root b an all-Important.,. fa*. let them not specialists cumin four I visit* the plae. tonixarntly this olnb.lUhnmt . NOTICE or APPLICATION TUTORING WANTED high

at building Innttmmt roof fn of .ha... now. They may find) adds much to the .1.......7 ol! rOil fAX DEED school and grade school subject:
lee h the rrotcctloa Fear the H b In food condition ready for I the city u a trading _..... Harry L. P11.. $&YIs or Mrs H J. Armstrong, A. B,

and a firm waiL known for many yearn of service. lIr mar find no:;.n and .... Edward an wtll know I Notlca., fa"' hereby gives uokne.Shot of Jobs City of trUwkln. Plummer drive and Country
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the totttallatlon of latoft-typ kulltupron detau that one k* nnMdkd but f IkrouaBout Dad and adjaont .....nttI. **. Miami To C.rtltsa te Aumhrrad VI'Oft, Club road. '
.1 1a >dated the ltd day of Jun*. A. D. 1MI. kao
If
which Metoctod might ton dinrtr.ou 'iII
at low Spot and mi oMy term, b ... In end look over the few rise, need ,filed old C.ni/lcau In my office, and I,
>a ly weaken Fear not. Or ...1.. thor which .. hex.tbereoa ,, '' "" """",,4
the PALMER BOOKING co. know aa"Th I I. they ban *n hi. If yot ban made application for tax dod I* '' ''
Ktr dUovnr that yon roof b M badly I ia aceordaac with law. LawCertificate .
la tile market for .
Old Beltobl In MlMnLJTovr a track. They a' ,
GLASSES4'a
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*mbrarM the following
worn H meads a guying IDprrrtni '
that _
root Fastnesses only about I yr .. track and real aur*. Adv.Itkat rr4 property, Kuatod In Dad County
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g raitljr They will Mk* FlarMa. twit M >
oral tt your building .InvmUMwl H 1*
a mplt repeat of the promt Mn<..! Lot U. Block' 11 Onrbrook Park, Y
Mid, yt Hi .vain to out of all propor.dta ties of your roof ud rluklnn.. -youmay'thao Mark*) Mean lor Fotltry i Plat Book a. Pan sob. In tb City of .,. c TWidtoopDpeun
ta its out lor a rod _act* ** aawdlan Miami, County' of Do.... state of
al your building and. all toon decide what mrtiot row. wantt rlurida.Th .
lakh aMeaoment of gold properly under
tout*. The PALMER ROOFING CO., MUmJ.wbow WILLIAMS POULTRY the Certificate Wed wa. In the Name of
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Day after day and year after "** Unknown Vnleo. aid Ccrllflcat. bell
kMd 11'.. N. J'al_, b well
h most protect against driving Ming be nrieemed according to law tat deed
knew* ta tat.. sailors, *i* specialists. hiMr will law thanes on the III'" day of
gutting wind Md the npaadlnf. due & EGG Frhnury. A. D I 4I.
CO.
< 11_ Their vorkiM bow hurl : .
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k> metering SMt.Jan naiad this tlh day of January A. D.
.. yon Uk Inventory of four rem.of aperisam. under way _.. look
able *omllili>ii In. Mufliic ill typo of E. B. LEATHEHMAN;
should check
lock pcrlodlcally-ao yon Ml N. W. ttk Ava. Miami
T.U UiTIB. Clark of Circuit
Court.
.uftdl.... luot'... Lifts for fn a.M east fuNue du. Is :
ap on your ....,. Root cia not. ro to ". WIHnma. rVofc County. Florida. aye
ptoam all at o*.*. Tour roof kuy lie survey nd tlniiu. It. now roof I* I. Ghoul Germ :Sal.Do""L 0.1 .k.1o urn i.o bosid.d. $5..,
........ and Retail, Opea Day and NItBun ; M. IORJl/IIOJI/ ... /A.w..de else
helped
dry Mid porous ready to gosh up Ontoopted ....... asp terms **n lie ......*... Pro II... S: U. It. U. Feb. S. 19/20 lire Mq !
/ of .....411... H. The weber furs your hoe. while. materials, labor and DIRECT FROM FABMEK8. phase !
Vale Into It, under It, ud finally through flnaulnc for rod repairs >r. illll ...u. law ""' ('.. Track Will Call. Nc.Flock Dr. B. F. StehMns
14 able t>0 IT NOW.-.Ail. .. ;Tea Larre -Na* To* ...... i .
r ? Dr. L. W. Slebbins1KJ
Furnishing an advanteconaa, and din MRALLUINe A GREAT MONEY SAVER FOR MANITACTCREM ....n.1 market I* the firmer la this atctlon for 1 EXPERT W. Flifltr 81, Miami .
I
the disposing of cm and poultry the
WILLIAMS POULTRY A EGG CO. of Phone 1.1115Announlxment
CLARK DREDGING CO.
Ml.ml tuppllc a necessary and convenienteonrlo BARBERINGi f.... _
I It kuy and dlrort'
I IftSk poultry m
(Btrk..llk cud Machine 8knk Division) I
from the farmer In any quantity and. en.
and Plant. Urattd In Miami at IU .. W. N. River l t>ri.. T.la. !-t1UU and Joy a lame patnm** ('oM.", ..* may i __ _ .._.. _. see
...UI. R. P. Clark, Fr..., G. C. Apollo. .... also buy hive or drrtaod poultry and egg e
: Shave .__. _ 'n ___ 15e
HIT vow WORM Mwkln Elements Such *a Splndl 1t..I.... rtoarlM BMMi.Vndmlwd In any quantity. The company to always
Shampoo (Plain). __.__ SOc DR. R. S. SPICKARDand
Shaft Pm Lliwt, Cnnkikafu, Etc Restated I. Original Dimensional] ready and wllllnl ta give yon the Into ,

br the METALUZIN6 'p_ Tb treat .( nil Swvk It.KtMlnal.. KEEP PRO. ".....1......, and that wishing. to market I Shampoo (Medicated) 75f

DUCTION AT ITS HIGHEST PEAL Pkm tr 1.11.. -. I I their produc ta the belt advantage will Singe __.._______ t5c
do well t* Mil to It. DR. C. C. RAY.are
For imral guilty and wM._ of stainless. ate) or camel mew ohafta, aaaoapnnd One of the nonrntaed principles of facial _._ _____ _ bat .

Mopa, METALLIZING an exclusive fa- ta the same .hif u mad farming along .....tI,1e line today b' Facial Pack _______ 75e
swUted
mchnnr! steel and .{ with *"1,, the raisins of all kind of poultry. It b now with
tan by tb CLARK DRBDOIKO COM. Combination Facial75c
or aMMl to n thickness In proportion .'I become of the excellent "..... and the I
i
PANT of Miami. In machine repair, la tile pOTmlotlbl anHMnt of _r. This desirable market. afforded by Such I Tenle. .-. - tic DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST

rte U ban M Mti.L Any type moral not taking Into *.........tIoa the ..... houcat aa operated by this well known, Mustache Trbn ....::.--- lie
which *an k* draw* Into win mar b.1 wnonnt *f wowing lib that any W ob firm that his Scalar 'b receiving
applied by thin moHrt nMal tprayhit I enfold from n b* 'V.. shaft wr n did' attention fAm the fanner of today. :: .i

pmoa. Building up of worn '.pars .a*. Zaporte.- lbt H k Possible rem loaf this line fa particularly. no. BUSH'SBarberShop
through METALLIZINO, aplfeatloa .ftalntoM : npalr. won armature stems by bill*, llceakl. In thto' community whom. the Office Hoars t a. .. Ie I p. *.

glad Unlas. In tank and not I'... them up with khb **rkon u*>\. producer know that b* wilt _hoe the 1 Sundays: I (a It
prwflnc at*.lawns tb many spot for thresh "METALLU fQ prninia. This kbkml market price for kit poultry.
this equipment This should h* read nw opiraU, Ming mtromly simple. don with a cerrloe readily,. available into Closed SalnTntays

ta the dairymen fit them .rta.. a* MILK not require the removal of the wladw of this on*, farmoca do not kao ta bother

CAN _.. b* mad Ilk' new at err _._. Armature shafts ar* nrvwjmd I''about shipping ,... OB*. City Ban 1714 N. W. irnt BT. !MIAMI

Small MM, M everything from Mn '* of hkra. *Notes **!. therefore, IV ban a market at !'
....._ whit PRONE I-IUl
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ttamhai Mt Indudhw phi nad .n_. additional wr ..tolt.. nalkbi obtain try .nlt"11'1 .

**. bnpnlM by till MtTALLUSOiOAH by METALLIZING ar* .kWM. Prude"ln w.b j
I IIn. I _t_ aad .
a Mllltolni. always a Simi money nor . --
In nail year t
AH -1M --Ja seek sembdle .. red Mss M ,_
*lllto_ e a. ,liar bead of this firm, b DOUBLY SAFE!
,beaAagA ...;.... ...-, Press -A b ow ..m more uf:1 I
known .. misers of thin.natl.
:: well taa ltry a>
fits. ta*..., e.unWd best. .....- an-oat war *ff_ .
.. Me (K-. If yon ar not Drive carefully, of course
.aharm. ri:l lmc.. a>mp Pass. pmpladtot. h* tope M Ma nkjnaM poop tbnWor m*. llrc..ly'' ;.r ..mot. ':" 'Hhll hew.
vntonkart boon Odes dbownat mont k1" vnlrad, and putbak mot you m, in tonck 'with f Call Ml.! But set y protective Auto Insurance

v lava .-.. and a hat of Peru M* few m annmtlnn at the _..., possible I amt MS7I and n or win ...--Ad*. k. a certainly! There are
winm ta wcntlw hard inn W -.. Urn* W*. i mi in Um thaw at wt > Cl
forms .amounts!
-and --ol Auto
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. .. ....... .*> of rolinniiol with this frnm. Tom. Will al gunk and aflbM -'TL 1 Insurance expressly suited to

1e: ..- The moon.s possible wewhoe .... ....w. fait saw febm* t..l< W K
:t am os.W.rs thr sal .d .hesy.y "JTII.M u56Iu0- % 'laM- ... "" JUSTICE or nn: w Feel free to ,j I,

RACK ask us tolEDWARD

*' '' Reed Bests' ud Groves it. Ret.on.lile Prices I Blrta Certificate: ail ether C:: e-

,.;: PARTIES WAITING WITH CASH I assents acknowledged aadl. ....- :STRING .:

moo" Ore? for American IUac*

J. K. DORN, Real Estate 'f Odd Fetewi ...... r- C.: REALTOR

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..B Eteht HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday. February -- --

I Board Seta "Organ Day" Ma the Florida Meter ..... Pu M Bta.tn Sisal and Memaa.d and five Memo
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COUNCIL URGES I For Special Offering WARMEST I r. ...taw** Paraa_....... T'anartnili .


PROMPT ACTIONIN ;: (Continued from PaP One) FLORIDA MOTOR LINES; CORP.
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February 21 designated as county drive official, "3U7 bas

LABOR II II "Organ Sunday") at I called meeting been collected of the ,H 3,000 en ..l Offices JatkaMTlll Mlanrf ,._..., III N. L lot M. ,.,.. waged.

CRISISA I of the Board of Education of quota set for Dade'i contributionto .. A, -.. G>aL Paaa, Art

I the First Methodist Church on -"'.. Yeae am Tww.praq.a ** ., All PrtorlMl PHrUnCrHPwaUkta. -

Jan. 31. the (0 war agencies and 22 / Rib a- semi. n-.. ROU11afAa, L .. GallalMt, Lanl At***. .

resolution urging Immediate I On this date all the church local charity and welfare organization
Furnbblni
adequate transportation atr*. brt..n In the tntlar lit.
provision cf adequate farm laborto !school offering! will be applied on !. I to.. to n troop of __100 If an Important MOTOR LINES ara hutrarUd riORIDA to yield
cultivate and harvest local for the church Working with Mr, Jacobs In Jililama tatoMn I
payment new or- tniloa of A'., 0|> rlnht af war. to hem the pour, side
crops was adopted by the city gan. All children are urged to this area are Mayor Tom Harris, .... aomfort and drpndaMIMy that the lay at the road and la ...rp alroamMaaat to

council of .j bring their parent with them and C. 3. Parman, Luther L. Chandler paraan seldom ,nonaldrf*. hot Ih* tad ant .how aa math vourtaar na aotatk ...
Homestead
Monday to remain for the church: serviceto Boy Chandler, and W. H.Owen. they have baked 'eh... Important tame 1 ......... Thla aorparatlon ovmtoa verysmfp

night. Mayor Tom Harris was' hear the organ Miss Antoinette .. County Commissioner with DNt-raniliw puking beady aaaonnta .able bam that roe on frequent

authorized to telegraph Sen Pep-'j\ Moye, church school superintendent Preston a Bird is divisional lead : for MOTOR the aaUafartoiy LINES business of FLORIDA 1 ......,.,.. and In mry way ...* the hadam
CORP. and tin fact that ... .
I yowlbla, ..1. the
that said She er in the War Chest set-up to extra heavy
per swift action li neededIn yesterday. they men wltnomlna n oantlant Ineraaat demand goat their omluoi houses
the critical labor situation. expressed hopes of. a good attend- cover solicitation of state and In h.lnavo, I the war' Thay keep their kma** aanHary.admuatoly of.

The resolution follows: ance and a big offering county employees. I' This *oraoratlon operates through Hum. ventilated and wall equip....
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"Whereas a crisis! has arisenIn --- -- I eked to Miami and thronahont this anUr Due arrrlea such aa this oaneor made,.

the agricultural section of FOB EXPERT PHOTO PlNlgBING SERV1CI lEND OB TAKE YOUR FILMS TO', nroa. ........ .oonnattfea with an k naaanrlal In tilt arocraai of any op and

Dade County, na, lit the cultivation haaorUM pine, to their ..vice form moving sommuwt..

and gathering! of large crop GILPIN'S CAMERA STORE an indlaai ahaln. The mural otriani and narai* af him
of vegetables, due to the scarcity :, Mw, adequate and better tranoporta' FLORIDA MOTOR LIMES'TJORP, them

of labor,'and III *. L lat *... Miami. ,.... .- 4M. M. R. Gllala. MIT.odwaartoM not don of aarrlom toMldmtloa reaching by to other pins,... I oat biomass of Miami 11 JaekaoMllla while the.* koaaai

Whereas, from time to time the ... fa .... ....,..... and Amateur Plwtoiraalwr. A Mora Thai nMla Dull,.. b .only n part .tr..1 a. Terminal operate at ITS through N. L the First Union at.B. .

farming and agricultural associations WIN .... Ton Names completely l> ...... and -.., Dank Bum *oaalba. anvla lit able aarporatlon wftki lea H. Oallahar of Homaatoad, the local

of this area, have called Ptfaaa Paaora, Chnafealn Accmarlia,. Developing and Printing; a* Hnkmab.a aartioaa. to, ovory scent la wall known to all our people

the same to the attention of the Low c... FLORIDA MOTOR LINE waves a .... ; and will apprtclat a mall or visit frontyw
public authorities of the United onrcnknu. and Mcaatlty. Taw, for InformnnVm .
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any r Nn.
nr< ran*,
II......* WIT ofl" h4 Into paying vet I which. lanprMlnly sad nrtbtiaally .
heavy tam to die state
States; government for immediate 1 and _..1..1 tickets, H. A< S_I, die mural
ratten and pitiably. tM mot interesting don mid hat permanent odncatioaaltnhm n ....". Possible In
the
relief way so powwow ages at Miami, la not
by securing and furnishing only
and Immune to ncqtiMn expertness In of kKhwnr dirtlniltwi tisi
which" __ wall know
ta taw bat
ales
seep h
outside labor, and I the use of the amra and DM allied hv i Many peeps who mrlr Ilk to take aaldratn.. known *
fmmm ar to k* swim tmaaaortotfon ornlaB ........ the
"Whereas, the farmer of the tense that arorord from It. kodak Blettnwj find IW dmlopln .... aa ash M private motor
errs M aaaotfclns state M k* has have nnnlad with the
area will suffer Irreparable VMS The OILPDTS CAMERA STORK lit via bm die boat and Uw ahanraa 'cc.esptlunsily of OK '.ontnfeao. and aarlnna. Florida Motor Ua*. for IS yarw May

by not being able to properly cultivate I. E. IM St. Miami, b on*tIof. the, oorlaiilipd I rouonahl*. Th store atoo. oa- Besides, fag are now LOWER than 'j w* take that' opportunity: of wishing_hm>,

and harvest said crops because oitablkhnwntl of kind. any. yew to th* mlnlator kodak fana,.apply. any -'In but transportation klatory. man? mom yi of aauani-Adt. .
when and tilt vroBrMor, H, L GILPIN.Ia Ing minister* aamma, ta win prim
of the labor shortage,
a maeetived authority on amen rant and developing. qulpnvnt for "horn
"Mow therefore be It resolved equipment. of .11'MM. This Mor tobaadmmrura ..m, 1 FOR THE anal RESULTS Vax TUXEDO FFTO

by the city council of Homestead, for all die nooular makes It handles Eartman kodaka, alwaya I

na, that a further immediate :of kodak and __.... and oarrbi all die kodaka with the enviable reputation QUAUTY FEED & SUPPLY CO.
and urgent appeal be presented type of Bopplb and __ that sterling has In .11....' 'I'1oop...*

to Hon Claude H Wlckard, secretary A smoke dtotlnrtly helpfuL heed. by compact, .._trio and ,_......-... bat
WI N. W. Nth .... Mtarna
of the department of agriculture this ahoy ll tie aaafatnnoi. rmdmd ..... w* might add very very hard to Kplaorrich TaL fusels InrnLMatrlkntor r. Lusehrlde. Pmt.

the war manpower War ybotarraphn I* almpllffeaUon andtaadardtutlon now. Thai having kodaka or sum af the Complain Un af TTTXEDO FCRDS-ThtlrFradntln' and .......
commission and other such appropriate of I equipment na will M *raa, thmfora, should at. that thy art wall Knows to the People of TWO Section Throat* Their Least DMtor. pun
formula. and _-. all .1 whim wit dents kept In first mines ...... Every FRED STORLThere
agencies of the United
become oxpmalro U married .. withoutinowlodn Eastman b a leader In tta Mrtbolnr. field
States government, to provide by .A. HUM effort and Montr, and In the Eaitman movie amen Ideal .; an firm ta this Motion of Ih* visa ta raaard to teed aa .... famwjrtaf

Importation or otherwise, addi- mounting "litojnwr* perhaps tan one arras naulta are nlway*- '.*' with Mat that hi _..... on t man nudirn I I, thai ..... laarnid that from ..oa

tional farm labor at such time wishes to nxad.0 a kobbf Mr.' Cilntai die exclusive Eastman ta w.......* yra.Joctlon bath than the QUALITY FRED 4 SUPPLY reliable feed doabr they nan narm the
and to such extent as to relieve aim ana-a-nla la amatrur photographers fnallltbl to Operate nmrwnbnUyIn ham of fM lithe highest nutrltlt Tal.
Maui, which Use -homes a
Viit area of the scarcity of farm that In onto to measures, film they main nay ...* room whether It h* light or 00. !'
labor now existing." am that arm phase* la a god oaa.Th ....... In die horn or In the 'slaw room rarlubl*, boadauartora for ,foada. h... tae.In making the review. of th* nroaranl
Interesting aaailbllltba la atato.rapwy. Cn-PPTS CAMERA STORE ta Mama trlbotat .tics tmownod flow at TUXEDO: of die aommtmlty and .In ontllnmi die

Mho tae clwan racy 16 db.aaa b quipped to mart all yon Soda ta the FEED, And merles a kun wtook of this mere pra.rlneat firm ad summ who
Wakefield Will Teach aomothlMl aw. It la aa avataUon gases and kodak f...... Ton will find 1 1 ham gaming: """ _'.white Ma dente*, and (tta aluod seals* to th. noW'of. tabana.

Adult Poultry QMS that brings Noting amputees. la ladrikVgal .Ha prim sea sad aarrlon. .. to the the mainaatb proem of ka wradmiln ara w* .wbh to Need the Would a*.
and family all'.. ..1._ L M law imom ta the hoalnoiannd wall known to oar farmara, deters ad nation of our roadm to this fed ator

Now M b possible to Baa* fanny nraatwortky ...rise Hablbh.d Ik palter rabora. through Na loan ...... and to nay that when It oomot to lode,
Instruction in the raising of __ at die It sod ever heaven p.owsad long see m Iabes'aad M I TUXEDO: : tarttns toed has nro.ad Itoworth yea oan depend avon Ha ......* sod die

poultry will be continued In a and the oadwrtaf value. of tWo type ofpkaloaraphy assemble per .......... Take *n per aa a aanirbr lead foe ........ A*. brands It aarrba

claes meeting in the vocational SMI w .ate -... ....... kodak and camera freebie aa wall na yaw INS roused mull that nW hoal saw I 0, c. Pray of QoaIftp Pad d twanlyCo :

agriculture building ef Homestead also aa oak oa* of summer Maria developing and ,-..,. to th n.._-Adv.SANDER'S 'wr* obtained with. baby ....... whan .. Coal drabr ta Mia n.11. b wan

High School each Thursday night TUXEDO Sprang Fd wn& aaW. ThaQUAUTT known to tow farmers of tWo ,mitlon.

at I o'clck: Ceo. N. Wakefield FRED a SUPPLY CO. .f May w* nonnot thi%ruaa, that yon Tbtt
Miami, tarovk ,lea beat frnnnt
dealer
sail last night JUVELRY&LUGGAGECORP. him and pai'iiliaai TUXEDO FEEDS for
Claaaes taught by: James Nes- only tWo ndnUrakbfaad.. not aleothe all par ...... By wine TUR EDO FEED
......* Dee lit tWo foam low for
bitt local poultryman and James Two Conoonkra: ----. lit M. Mland At*.. TaL (4414.. Lee Ca rd, .... and oaettrjttaly yon will bet men Pratt from
homaa ........ ..
now*, ., ban, -, demo,
Johnson at South Miami, whichcompl.ted II WaaUnfton At*. Miami Same... TeL MIH.COOM . aaat. lea everything yon ratan nad ,.*.. W. wbhnmatanoai

I course last week will Bm for 1ARCAIN aa ",.a aa .....1.00. an Jody, I anaiau"T **t to .point mat bewes.r. that owing to diet
Aa rwardi ..... k nn ha sold right which the ford dbtrlWtor
......., P..I... Tnekla, Can*. CaaMna a* Any Other ArkVW of Tahw Many Team ever
be merged into one class which hr that the bob of this fed .Lao* ananthorltbi has no _...... kb apply at the
Evenness Semi, Sates Open Dolly VOW S P. SL and Pw Hot Cnnnnlinoi of
will be taught by Mr. Wakefield. ta thorn parta on them anhbeta. nrovnt b aoawwhat ........ H. has
Oat of Ton Panel notardan Until la P. M. Mtao Sa> BUM Until I P. M
.. Jot na poultry ......* have *ama high hopes thourh. that this ooadhbn win
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LARGEST STOCK OP PACKING TRUNKS IN CITY AT LOW COST.Sod .
Victory Book Drive wok to then for Information tad ... h* remedied shortly .Adt.wt .

If yon used mosey 'or immediate Mada arhatenr yon onlraat to than dnrlnfth

Meets Little ResponseSmall I and hat n chattal which iron eon si.*. ........ of the tlaw.yon ace ropnrlns
the loan la trail taken son of
1 I. nchann for a temporary period Seek
response to the Victory: : Them are times wHoa peels who hat 1
Book drive wu reported last night I M JnrahT. took or cap articles of valve round bnaa hat talked to Future far, .

by Major Tom Harris, chairman J ran men relative funds without aw "rod Mr mrhaadlaa and for title i I
cf the local campaign. ;lap*" transactions at Hkr of the then are amusing sle to be ee.mad I 1s
ANDER-t JKWELIT a LUGGAGE km In kwali dmmowaan ... w.eobm ...
Books may be left In the mayor's :
CORP.. .-. located aonmlmtlr In and other artbba to.montkn samen
office In the Homestead city
I Miami and Miami. Botch, which. thay toll **) mart ago*.1
hall, he said, or they may be sent Very often people find tamarna In this torma-maialy the a.o.at due

by pupils to the local schools ,mod of fund to WAG* an Obligation. and the .... It papa to n to these ator* .

which are receiving! depots.Mr. I auk na* of die reliable. Mnrle*, aiaOtfclo tad look saw this _........ Ty nr.thrifty .

Harris emphasized the need km, wine yon ean take anything pane to ..... and .ban yn area
for readable books for servicemen I In the above mentioned use and wHhont std of m loan they are goad shows

and listed desirable classifications I volume attar a loan at beef aunt M .* for monay Th* Miami Mora af
,ratot.Thar. thin well known firm b
as: detective and mystery :1'u.
are reliable and banish a.d ..... ,went of U* Gated :;
adventure and westerns;
; I ass la aarrlod w ka a atralahtfonnuda Tan aniiihau ta the Jewelry and Insbnalnom. .
beat sellers; technical book published loan of May
Seeming a many ama psi, w* nnnartfor then&
since 1935; .Joke and cartoon I plan of this kind _tons M ..'"0111'. whn ta Used of oath that yon fay

books; and.pocket-slxe editions ;them la MMa to also *nca* a ....... team a. TbH-Adt.
of good book

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